Maingear Computers creates some of the fastest gaming PCs available. In a recent test, the non-volatile memory express (NVMe) SSD, the Samsung 960 Pro, handily beat a hard disk drive system in loading speed. “We choose Samsung because Samsung ships the best SSDs on the planet,” says Wallace Santos, CEO of Maingear Computers.

Enterprise storage solutions like the Samsung 960 Pro deliver 4.5 times faster random read performance compared to SATA SSDs, and much better performance than HDDs. With capacities up to two terabytes, the 960 Pro non-volatile memory express drives offer enough capacity for even large games, along with incredible performance: up to 3,500 Megabytes/sec on reads, and 2,100 Megabytes/sec for writes.

“The 960 Series NVMe drives are a must-have these days for a high-end PC system. When your components in a PC are all driving to be the fastest possible, you can’t be bottlenecked by the storage device in the PC. The new 960 series is a great solution for those types of systems that really require the best performance,” explains Richard Leonarz, director of product marketing for Samsung Business.

To learn more about how Samsung’s 960 series compares against a traditional hard drive disk, watch the video below.

Posts By

Logan Harbaugh

Logan Harbaugh is an IT consultant and reviewer. He has worked in IT for over 20 years, and was a senior contributing editor with InfoWorld Labs as well as a senior technology editor at Information Week Labs. He has written reviews of enterprise IT products including storage, network switches, operating systems, and more for many publications and websites, including Storage Magazine,, StateTech, Information Week, PC Magazine and He is the author of two books on network troubleshooting.

View more posts by Logan Harbaugh